I can safely say that 2018 was more about family, a new job and foster kittens as opposed to art.
Nevertheless, I recently looked back at my photos from last year and remembered that I did create a few pieces.
I will let you decide what is decent and what is not so much, hehe.
It is all self expression anyhow and that is a good thing.
Thanks for reading.
Grounded, Acrylic on Canvas
#Metoo, Acrylic Ink on Paper
Wallpaper, Acrylic on Canvas
Poppies, Acrylic Ink on Paper
Acrylic Ink Zentangle
Patience, Acrylic on Canvas. Second prize in the Kadina Show 2018
Gladstone Art Exhibition with my two entries, Oct 2018
Paint and Plonk event, Sevenhill SA with Meg Mader Oct 2018
PS. If you are like me and find that your hobbies come in spurts then disappear completely only to reappear...or not....then you might like to read Refuse to Choose by Barbara Sher on being a 'scanner' :-)
Introducing acrylic inks... thanks to the expertise and joyful teaching of Meg Mader of The Journey Studio, Clare Valley.
I needed something cheerful to paint after a very sad week losing my beautiful cat Sammie.
The sunflowers were a good choice 🌻🌿
If you need some Ladybug luck then Wallaroo at sunset is definitely the place to visit!
Last night at Office Beach I saw about twenty on the rocks.
I assumed they were having a Saturday night get together and I accidently crashed their party but tonight we literally saw HUNDREDS.
I told the gentle little creatures that they sure have chosen a nice place to live...gotta love a sea view.